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stopped by today
At Hank Williams's grave
My hero from the days of my youth
Was that him or me
That I used to be
In the times when I searched for
an appointment with a friend of mine
I'm gonna get drunk and play Hank Williams all night long

'Cause the wedding bells will never ring for me
And that
music singing star
I've heard Hank Williams many times till I learned his songs by heart
They've my start got me jobs when I was broke and that helped me
You wrote Your Cheatin' Heart about
A gal like my first ex wife
You Moan The Blues for me and for you
Hank Williams, You Wrote My Life
Well Ol' Hank Williams, found his voice again
Beneath the whiskey and rye
But he couldn't find me, cause I couldn't find myself
I was stuck up
Wolfe whispering in my head

I can still hear the soft southern winds in the live oak trees
And those Williams boys they still mean a lot to me
Hank
I'll swear I heard Hank's old guitar start to talk to me

My friend you're looking at old lonely soul
While these mem'ries locked inside of me that's
paying my rent every day in the tower of song

I said to Hank Williams, "How lonely does it get?"
Hank Williams hasn't answered yet
But I hear him
Hank Williams sang it
Number three drove it
Chuck Berry twanged it
Will Farmer wrote it
Aretha Franklin sold it
Dolly Parton graced it
Rosa Parks
paying my rent every day
Oh in the tower of song
I said to hank Williams, how lonely does it get?
Hank Williams hasn't answered yet
But I hear him
lies, stupid little alibis
Shoulda known all along
Well, all my friends warned me
Told me what you used to be
Baby, now I'm catching on
Well, I wrote this
paying my rent every day in the tower of song

I said to Hank Williams, "How lonely does it get?"
Hank Williams hasn't answered yet
But I hear him
paying my rent every day
Oh in the Tower of Song
I said to Hank Williams: how lonely does it get?
Hank Williams hasn't answered yet
But I hear him
my rent every day in the Tower of Song

I said to Hank Williams, how lonely does it get?
Hank Williams hasn't answered yet
But I hear him coughing all
Be Careful Of Stones That You Throw

-Artist: Dion
-peak Billboard position # 31 in 1963
-previously recorded by Hank William, Sr. (as "Luke
Recorded by hank williams, sr.
Words and music by jenkins

[g] a prodigal son once [c] strayed from his [g] father
To travel a land of [a] hunger
And we know you'll be just as good as your dad
But I just smile and say there'll never be another Hank Williams friends
That's the part that always makes
Recorded by hank williams, sr.
Words and music by jenkins

[g] a prodigal son once [c] strayed from his [g] father
To travel a land of [a] hunger
[Chorus]
You wrote Your Cheatin' Heart about
A gal like my first ex-wife
You Moan The Blues for me and for you
Hank Williams, You Wrote My Life.
So I began to think
I said "why don't you call up old Hank Williams and see if he's free"
'Cause Hank saw the world from a Cadillac
And he carried
paying my rent every day in the tower of song

I said to Hank Williams, "How lonely does it get?"
Hank Williams hasn't answered yet
But I hear him
Carried by the voice
Inside the jukebox
On my grave

You can hear hank williams
Some george jones
Some beatles songs
Some dylan
Some rolling stones
You wrote Your Cheatin' Heart about
A gal like my first ex-wife
You Moan The Blues for me and for you
Hank Williams, You Wrote My Life.
Words and music by Hank Williams, Sr.
If the [D] wife and I are fussin`, brother that`s our right
`Cause me and that sweet woman`s got a license
paying my rent every day
In the Tower of Song.

I said to Hank Williams, how lonely does it get?
Hank Williams hasn't answered yet
But I can hear him